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The Sublime and Taoism

Approaching Assignment One I have decided to focus on my interpretation of the sublime. At first, I had intended to focus on beauty, after all, it is something that is believed to be innate to all, we have our own perception and definition of it and therefore can convey what it means to us. 974 more words

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Assignment Six - Placing the House

What will happen when we are gone?

It is perhaps a macabre, daunting or fantastical thought to contemplate yet is the basis for my Assignment Six Transitions. 764 more words

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BA (Hons) Painting - A dream come true

Ever since the age of 14, I wanted to study art at degree level. With many of the obstacles of life now behind me and a stubborn will to complete this Painting Course, I wish to continue on the path that will lead me to a become a professional painter. 17 more words

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Masters of Photography

‘Masters of Photography’ the premise is echoed throughout the TV industry constantly metamorphosing to suit the subject. Twelve hopefuls compete against others to gain a considerable amount of money and be crowned winner. 883 more words

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Exercise 1.2: Photography in the museum or in the gallery?

Read Rosalind Krauss’s essay ‘Photography’s Discursive Spaces: Landscape/View’. Summarise Krauss’s key points in your learning log (in note form) and add any comments or reflections.

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Is Photography An Art?

The course began with a few pages on how photography was created, I found it especially fascinating to hear the thoughts of critics and the debate as to whether photography is regarded in itself an art. 1,151 more words

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Photographer Review - Michal Šúr

Exhibition Michal Šúr-

I wrote to Michal Šúr to ask whether I could use his photography on my blog, he very kindly agreed and sent me several low resolutions of the images I requested.  1,088 more words

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